In my opinion, I believe that the socialization factors that play the most critical roles in
shaping one's political opinions are family, schooling and information, and religion. The
family is one of the most influential aspects of
Equality of Opportunity
The American Dream that has is very widely known is based on climbing the ladder of
opportunity. This American Dream mostly addresses the persistent work and
opportunities that are produced through a free economy. Americans are inc
I believe that it is essential to have an educated and informed electorate. If voters are
not aware of where the major parties stand on important issues, how will they be able to
vote for their preference? An educated voter is well
1. The federal system of government divides power amongst the federal and
state governments. As a result, these two entities often share the
responsibilities of government.
a. Identify and explain two reasons why federal grants-in-aid to the states have
I believe that education in the United States does, in fact, need a set of national
standards for the nation to follow. National standards act as a tool that helps teachers
and schools understand the anticipated level of success and achievement
1. With respect to representation in Congress, Identify and explain two main
differences between those who supported the Virginia and New Jersey plans at
the Constitutional Convention. Discuss how the Great Compromise satisfy the
large and small states wi
1. Citizens often choose to participate in the political process in ways other
a. Identify two forms of political participation in the political process other than
b. Explain two advantages of each form of participation you identified
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Citizens are least likely to participate in politics by
working as a volunteer in a local candidates campaign
voting in a presidential race
voting in local elections
working as a volunteer in a local candidates
1. What type of Congress is established in Article I, Section 1 of the Constitution?
Article I, Section 1 establishes the legislative branch. The Congress consists of a Senate and House of
2. How old does a person need to be to be elected
James Madison, Federalist #51
James Madison establishes his excerpt by first describing the form of government that
may perhaps allow people to form a more correct judgment of the principles and structure of
the government planned by the convention (Feder
First, while Federalists were supportive of the Constitution and argued that a Bill of
Rights was unnecessary, Anti-Federalists strongly disagreed. The Federalists believed
that since the people and the states eventually maintained the power that was not
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Judgments about political tolerance should be made with caution because
Americans rarely have a clear idea of what is meant by th
there is usually very little reliable data on the t
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Which of the following statements reflects a pluralist theory of politics?
Public policies emerge from compromises reached among
American politics is dominated by a small elite.
The Doctrine of the Separation of Powers
In rewriting the Constitution, the Founding Fathers all agreed on one major change they
believed was necessary to guarantee basic rights for the people. This change would include
powers being separated vertically t
What is Federalism?
Reading Analysis Questions
1. In Federalist #39 (document 8): How does James Madison define a republic?
James Madison defines a republic as a government which derives all its powers directly or
indirectly from the great body of the peo
1. After reading Chapter 7 in Wilson, describe how public opinion is measured.
After reading Chapter 7 in Wilson, I learned that public opinion is measured through polling.
Public opinion is how people think or feel about particular things. The purpose an
Thomas Hobbes believed that the correct and just form of government was an absolute
monarchy. His natural philosophy regarding people is that humans are selfish and
self-absorbed creatures. He believes that when men are placed in nature without any
Attempts at collective security
- Significantly reduced the number of naval (allowed to hold)
- Appease european power (they might try to get extra colony)
- Progressive reforms reversed (return to normal seed) Harding policy
- Failing at collective secur
Benefits of Reconstruction
- The nation was technically unified.
- Compact theory
- Federal government superior over state government
- Freedmans bureau: actually a failure. (giving advantages to dwellers)
- Black leaders (free or former slave, educated):
What is the Cold War?
- War of ideas (U.S. vs Soviet Union)
- Democracy vs Communism
- Not a direct war intermediary! Proxy war
- After WWI, lots of colonies helped Europe by providing soldiers and resources, hoping
5th Century Mariners. Crash
Course: World History #21
Columbus, De Gama, and Zheng He
Hi, Im John Green; this is Crash Course World History and today were going to do some compare
and contrast, because thats what passes for hip in world history.
Stephanie Lee P. 3
Current Event Questions
1. Where did you find the information about your current event from?
2. What is the title of your publication?
North Korean diplomat a suspect in Kim Jong Nam assassination
3. Who is the author?
Biology Honors Semester 1 Final Study Guide
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What are the components of the scientific method? Can you define and
- Question: any question about the natu
FIRST Describe an effective government
After researching different types of government, students will then analyze and rank three types of
government (past and/or present). Students will assess the following features in order to create their
ranking of ef